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Logan Clay Products LLC

Today's Clay

At Logan Clay, we stand by our commitment to ship our flue liners to you quickly and accurately after receiving your order. Our liners are imprinted with the product size to facilitate convenient inventory management.

 

A clay chimney flue liner is the safest, most efficient product designed to carry away the byproducts of fireplaces and many gas appliances.

 

Why is clay the safest material for fireplace applications?

 

  • The inert nature of clay makes the final product resistant to rust and corrosion caused by the by-products of combustion in the furnace.
  • The smooth surface inside the clay flue liner resists creosote build-up caused by low-burning fires. However, all chimneys still need to be periodically inspected and cleaned.
  • Unlike metal, clay is a slow conductor of heat, further minimizing the danger of heating masonry and wood structures surrounding the lining.

 

All Logan Clay flue liners are precision cut to the correct lengths. Detailed attention to manufacturing processes and a 2000°F firing in our computer-controlled kilns give our liners the strength and density to avoid cracking and sagging.

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A

Square & Rectangular Flue Liners - 2-ft. Lengths

B

Round Flues 2-ft. Lengths

Outside Dimensions (Approx. inches)

Flues per
Pallet

Weight per
Piece (lbs)

Weight per
Pallet (lbs)

8" x 8"

84

32

2,668

81/2" x 81/2"

84

33

2,772

8" x 12"

60

50

3,000

81/2" x 13"

60

55

3,300

12" x 12"

40

60

2,400

13" x 13"

40

72

2,840

81/2" x 18"

36

92

3,312

13" x 18"

24

112

2,688

16" x 20"

18

142

2,556

18" x 18"

18

150

2,700

24" x 24"

12

270

3,240

111/2" x 151/2"

32

85

2,720

151/2" x 151/2"

24

115

2,760

191/2" x 191/2"

18

170

3,060

191/2" x 231/2"

18

220

3,960

Inside
Diameter

Flues per
Pallet

Weight per
Piece (lbs)

Weight per
Pallet (lbs)

6"

84

24

2,016

7"

50

35

1,750

8"

46

42

1,932

9"

32

52

1,664

10"

28

65

1,820

12"

16

85

1,360

C

Flue Liners w/Opening

D

Flue Rings

Outside Dimensions (Approximate)

Opening
Size

8" x 8"

6"

81/2" x 81/2"

6"

8" x 12"

10"

81/2" x 13"

10"

12" x 12"

10"

13" x 13"

10"

Inside
Diameter

Lengths
Available

6"

6", 9", 12", 15", 18", 24"

7"

6", 9", 12", 15", 18", 24"

8"

6", 9", 12", 15", 18", 24"

9"

6", 9", 12", 18", 24"

10"

6", 9", 12", 18", 24"

12"

6", 9", 12", 18", 24"

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© 2019 Logan Clay Products LLC.  All rights reserved.

Logan Clay Products LLC
Today's Clay

201 S. Walnut Street

Logan, Ohio 43138-1376

 

Ph: (740) 385-2184

TF: (800) 848-2141

Fx: (740) 385-9336

Proud Member

At Logan Clay, we stand by our commitment to ship our flue liners to you quickly and accurately after receiving your order. Our liners are imprinted with the product size to facilitate convenient inventory management.

© 2019 Logan Clay Products LLC.  All rights reserved.

Flue Liners

At Logan Clay, we stand by our commitment to ship our flue liners to you quickly and accurately after receiving your order. Our liners are imprinted with the product size to facilitate convenient inventory management.

 

A clay chimney flue liner is the safest, most efficient product designed to carry away the byproducts of fireplaces and many gas appliances.

 

Why is clay the safest material for fireplace applications?

 

  • The inert nature of clay makes the final product resistant to rust and corrosion caused by the by-products of combustion in the furnace.
  • The smooth surface inside the clay flue liner resists creosote build-up caused by low-burning fires. However, all chimneys still need to be periodically inspected and cleaned.
  • Unlike metal, clay is a slow conductor of heat, further minimizing the danger of heating masonry and wood structures surrounding the lining.

 

All Logan Clay flue liners are precision cut to the correct lengths. Detailed attention to manufacturing processes and a 2000°F firing in our computer-controlled kilns give our liners the strength and density to avoid cracking and sagging.

A

Square & Rectangular Flue Liners - 2-ft. Lengths

Weight per
Piece (lbs)

Weight per
Pallet (lbs)

Outside Dimensions (Approx. inches)

Flues per
Pallet

8" x 8"

84

32

2,668

81/2" x 81/2"

2,772

84

33

8" x 12"

60

50

3,000

81/2" x 13"

3,300

60

55

12" x 12"

40

60

2,400

13" x 13"

2,840

40

72

81/2" x 18"

36

92

3,312

13" x 18"

2,688

24

112

16" x 20"

18

142

2,556

18" x 18"

2,700

18

150

24" x 24"

12

270

3,240

111/2" x 151/2"

2,720

32

85

151/2" x 151/2"

24

115

2,760

191/2" x 191/2"

3,060

18

170

191/2" x 231/2"

18

220

3,960

B

Round Flues 2-ft. Lengths

Inside
Diameter

Flues per
Pallet

Weight per
Piece (lbs)

Weight per
Pallet (lbs)

6"

84

24

2,016

7"

50

35

1,750

8"

46

42

1,932

9"

32

52

1,664

10"

28

65

1,820

12"

16

85

1,360

C

Flue Liners w/Opening

D

Flue Rings

Outside Dimensions (Approximate)

Opening
Size

8" x 8"

6"

81/2" x 81/2"

6"

8" x 12"

10"

81/2" x 13"

10"

12" x 12"

10"

13" x 13"

10"

Inside
Diameter

Lengths
Available

6"

6", 9", 12", 15", 18",  24"

7"

6", 9", 12", 15", 18",  24"

8"

6", 9", 12", 15", 18",  24"

9"

6", 9", 12", 18",  24"

10"

6", 9", 12", 18",  24"

12"

6", 9", 12", 18",  24"

Logan Clay Products LLC

The Job Done Right

At Logan Clay, we stand by our commitment to ship our flue liners to you quickly and accurately after receiving your order. Our liners are imprinted with the product size to facilitate convenient inventory management.

 

A clay chimney flue liner is the safest, most efficient product designed to carry away the byproducts of fireplaces and many gas appliances.

 

Why is clay the safest material for fireplace applications?

 

  • The inert nature of clay makes the final product resistant to rust and corrosion caused by the by-products of combustion in the furnace.
  • The smooth surface inside the clay flue liner resists creosote build-up caused by low-burning fires. However, all chimneys still need to be periodically inspected and cleaned.
  • Unlike metal, clay is a slow conductor of heat, further minimizing the danger of heating masonry and wood structures surrounding the lining.

 

All Logan Clay flue liners are precision cut to the correct lengths. Detailed attention to manufacturing processes and a 2000°F firing in our computer-controlled kilns give our liners the strength and density to avoid cracking and sagging.

© 2019 Logan Clay Products LLC.  All rights reserved.

Proud Member